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We were only there one night which was not long enough. Our king room was lovely but was located near housekeeping and their laundry room. Next time I would book a top floor. It would be quieter and have somewhat easier access. There are lots...More
For the $370 i paid for a tiny room with a queen bed i expected the service to be top notch. The Front desk closed at 6 and our key was in a lock box. When we arrived to our room there was no booklet...More
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Response from InnkeeperLangley, General Manager at Inn at LangleyResponded 2 October 2013
We owe this guest an apology. We did miss somethings for this guest. We are a small in and not a resort, some of her issues we can not fix as we are not the type of hotel she lists. We are proud of that...More
This is a beautiful property on beautiful grounds. The rooms are simple, but very warm and inviting. Each room has a large tub with jets overlooking the sound. There is a hot water pot supplied with tea, coffee and hot chocolate. There is also a...More
Please do yourself a favor and take yourself to the Inn at Langley for a night or two or more. You will be delightfully rewarded. My husband and I fell in love with the property last summer when we went to scope it out as...More
I was recently treated to three nights at this lovely resort. It is natural, rustic, and yet luxurious. The word "hospitality" is often overused but not in the case of Langley's manager, Brenda.
She did everything she possibly could in the warmest possible way to...More
In addition to the above, think about parking your car at the Coupville ferry landing and walk on the Port Townsend Ferry to Port Townsend. Great Victorian town with a lively waterfront, great shops and Victorian homes. I... More
In addition to the above, think about parking your car at the Coupville ferry landing and walk on the Port Townsend Ferry to Port Townsend. Great Victorian town with a lively waterfront, great shops and Victorian homes. I believe all of downtown is on the National Historical Record.
On Whidbey I would add Ft. Casey and in Anacortes Washington Head Park which is at the end of Fidalgo Island past the Anacortes Ferry Landing. You can walk or drive the loop around the park.
Don't know how much time you have so here is the most important to see in order. Deception Pass (do not miss), Mt Erie ( you drive almost all the way up and the rest is a stroll not even a hike. Port Townsend can be a day itself.
One last piece of advice. When traveling anywhere on Hwy 20 absolutely drive the posted speed limit. This stretch is notorious for speed and radar traps.
Hope this helps. Enjoy your trip.